En español | If you're tuned into the world of technology, you've probably already heard about Google's new privacy policies, which are set to go into effect on March 1. But you may not fully understand how this change will affect you. Here are answers to some of the questions you might have:
Is Google sharing my information with other sites? To be clear, this profiling is limited to use within Google properties only, which include YouTube, Gmail and Google +. The company promises not to sell the information it obtains to outsiders. And it's primarily being used to provide you advertising that matches your personal requirements — not to provide information about your oddball tastes to government agencies.